Accessioning Clerk

at Clinical Reference Laboratory

Lenexa, KS

Posted on Sep. 22, 2016

Full Time

GENERAL STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY:
Receive, open, code, and prepare toxicology specimens for laboratory analysis.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
• Bring in and scan all incoming bags and boxes of specimens from dock area.
• Separate and sort specimens by category.
• Open individual specimen containers, discard cardboard and remove specimens.
• Match information from consent form and specimen, then barcode specimen.
• Complete consent signature and stamp consents.
• Scan barcodes and consent (paper, bottle, tube) into computer system.
• Must meet minimum accessioning requirement as outlined in incentive program.
• Enter consents in computer system as necessary.
• Aliquot urine specimens.
• Scan in narcotics.
• Check and verify counts in computer after each page; correct miscounts.
• Print aliquot and chain of custody sheets to appropriate areas.
• Clean up work area, dispose of trash.
• Assist courier coordinator with weighing specimen shipments.
• Dump negative urine specimens.
• Barcode blood specimens for GCMS.
• Realiquot urine specimens for screening and GCMS.
• Accession GCMS only specimens.
• Process insurance and clinical trials specimens.
• Process sweat patch and oral fluid samples.
• Enter “blind” specimens into computer.
• Aliquot specimens for GCMS testing.
• Maintain and protect the confidentiality of all CRL and client information.
• Be able to comply with all applicable federal, state, and local safety and health regulations that would apply to this job.
• Other duties as assigned.
• Denotes essential job function

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:
EDUCATION: 8th grade education
EXPERIENCE: None

SKILLS & ABILITIES:
• Good basic communication
• Ability to read information quickly and retain for use in processing
• Fast writing skills
• Computer familiarity

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Standing/sitting for extended periods of time; lifting up to 25 lbs; repetitive bending of wrists; audible recognition of computer error warning. The ability to discriminate between different colors visually is considered an essential function for the position.

EQUIPMENT:
Box knife, laboratory coat, gloves, face shield, LED wand, computer terminal, face mask; laser printer, trash compactor.

OTHER:
Shifts extend until work is finished; weekend work is necessary; specimens consist of body fluids and must be regarded as potentially infectious; task of disposing of negative urine specimens. Trash compactor operator requires minimum age of 18 years.

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